Living on a dairy farm, you will see your fair share of...mess. Farmers use tough machines to help supply dairy to the USA and more. Yet, like all great machines, some get build up grime, poop, you name it, that needs to be taken care of.
Hot, greasy...and no we are not talking about hamburgers. We're taking big rigs! The trucking industry moves America, and it often gets dirty along the way. Here at Alkota Cleaning Systems our Hot Pressure Washers take on all kinds of messes, especially in the trucking business.
During these uncertain times Alkota is here to help all with all you cleaning needs. Currently we have some helpful insight from the CDC about the importance of protecting yourself and others from dirty virus infected surfaces, and why hot water pressure washers are a great tool.
Alkota's line of equipment tends to find new uses every year with new technology and innovations. One current and fairly new technology is trench-less pipe repair. The use of Alkota Steam Equipment in the curing process, is vital to this innovative success.
Read more about trench-less pipe repair below!
Old sewer pipes giving you a hard time? Expense of digging up and replacing the old pipes cost prohibitive? Enter the world of trench-less piping repair.
If you are looking for a one step cleaning and disinfectant, look no further than CHLOR CLEAN DETERGENT. Alkota distributors currently have this product in stock and ready for purchase. Please enquire today to learn more. Fight Covid-19 with Alkota Cleaning Systems.
Here at Alkota we pride ourselves with creating products and equipment that not only help you get your toughest jobs clean, but also have little to no environmental footprint. Our attention to detail, and our care to use chemicals that are not hard on products or mother nature is part of our mission towards being Alkota Green.
Alkota had the opportunity to be a part of the FIRST LEGO League State Championship in Sioux Falls, SD.
The day may come when your hot water pressure washer isn’t quite heating like it used to. You may notice a decrease in the water temperature, it may take longer for the machine to come up to proper operating temperatures, or you may begin to notice more load on the motor and pump than usual.
These are all fairly typical signs your coil may need some attention.